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The property is very well located, being within a reasonable walking distance of the main train station, just around the corner from the Dam Square and on a tram line with a stop almost outside. However, you do pay for the location - in keeping...More
This is a great hotel considering its central location and cost. Very chatty and helpful staff at reception and the rooms were well presented, clean and the bathroom was superb. I would happily stay there again.
Good location since bus stop is a few steps away. Centrally located to restaurants, pubs & shopping.
Room was comfortable. However, a warning for those travellers who have large luggages ... the steps in between buildings are a killer and one wrong footing could send...More
The hotel is ideally situated close to Dam square and also close to a tram stop. We booked a room for four girls and it was very cramped we were literally like sardines. Quite pricey for the standard but this is typical Amsterdam.
I have stated in this hotel at the first week of May 17 with my family. First of all location is perfect, just 150 meters to Dam Square. Rooms are big enough for two adults and clean. Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast...More
USD 137 - USD 304 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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